'EN) Governments urged to include civil society in their planning

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Governments all over the world have been urged to be more inclusive in their action and interventions as everyone is fighting to make the world a better place to live in, President of African Women Empowerment Guild Nosa Aladeselu has charged.
Nosa says she is happy with some of the recommendations by the civil society such as partnership and adding value to those partnerships. She said unlike in the past where government and NGOs worked separately, she added that it is encouraging that both sides have realized need of working together to make the world a better place to live in.
She said that it is encouraging to see that people from all over the world are articulating issues to do with Africa such as clean energy which will help in lessening the problems that women are facing.
She was also quick to say that many documents presented by governments need to be amended because in their current form Africa will be disadvantaged.
She was speaking in an interview with flamme da Afrique at the Rio+20 summit in Brazil.

 

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